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Humorist Will Rogers in a live radio broadcast taped in the early 1930s. Rogers began as a comedian with the Ziegfield Follies in 1915, in an act where he swung a lasso and commented on society and politics. He also wrote books with titles such as "The Cowboy Philosopher on Prohibition" and "The Illiterate Digest." Rogers was enthusiastic about the future of aviation, and was killed in an airplane crash with pilot Wiley Post in 1935. In this broadcast, Rogers discusses the various "plans" proposed by government figures to alleviate the great depression of the 1930s.
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